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Monday, October 22, 2012

how would you say to "take after" in Creole, as in to behave or look like someone? ex - She takes after her father.

to take after → pran kot
(Creole kot / kote which means where or location, here translates the prep from)

She takes after her father.
Li pran kot papa'l.
Kot papa'l li pran.

Where did you get this bad atitude?
Kot kimoun ou pran move atitid sa?

She inherited that attitude from her father.
Li pran atitid sa kot papa'l.
Kot papa 'l li pran atitid sa.

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